# GMAT Quantitative – Problem Solving

## Important Points About Problem Solving Questions of GMAT

The Quantitative section of GMAT can be divided into 2 sub-parts of which Problem Solving questions form the first part. In order to solve the problems in this sub-section, you will have to…

• Understand the given problem
• Reason quantitatively
• Solve the problem quantitatively
• Evaluate how much information is required to solve the problem

If you are confused about the above-mentioned points, then check out some sample problems to understand these points better.

### Topics that You Need to Study

At ExamFocus.com, we believe in providing you with hands on knowledge, of the topics that you need to study through a large number of practice problems. The practice questions for the ‘problem solving’ sub-segment will cover topics like…

• Arithmetic
• Elementary Algebra
• Basic Geometry
• Common concepts of measurement
• Interpretation of graphs

The exact nature of the questions asked in this sub-section of the GMAT will become clear once you start solving the practice problems on our website. So let’s get started right away…